Fred is live from London, bringing the Games closer to you.
BBC Radio Scotland
Fred is live from London, bringing you the sounds, excitement and energy of the Games.
How tricky is it to pass a baton? Plus Five Things with Paul Sinha and Charlie Ross.
There's a fair bit of reading coming up on MacAulay and Co - and with no book in sight!
Fred finds out how be an emergency volunteer from the RNLI, the Mountain rescue and others
Bell ringing with Martin Creed, tattoo removal, pickpockets and Mary Contini's sausages!
Fred finds out if it's OK to watch the Olympics at work and how to holiday in Scandinavia.
Susan Calman tackles the thorny issue of how much contact with your offspring is too much.
Susan Calman finds out why we should stop apologising, plus advice on driving abroad.
Susan finds out about green gyms and how you know more classical music than you think!
Scotland's Susan Egelstaff tells Susan Calman all about her brand spanking new Team GB kit
Actress Felicity Kendal, food foraging and the importance of aunties!
Kettle on, feet up, and have a laugh as Stephen tries to make some sense of modern life.
Stephen Jardine meets the man from the Bank of Dave and chews over good and bad fats!
Stephen Jardine explores gooseberry cocktails and how customer service is back.
Stephen Jardine is joined by Clare Grogan and Jak O'Donnell cooks up a storm.
Edith Bowman eyes up the cost of designer sunglasses while sitting in on MacAulay and Co.
Edith chats to crooner Elkie Brooks and Richard Cadey reports from T in the Park.
Kettle on, feet up and have a laugh as Edith tries to make some sense of modern life.
BBC Radio Scotland except MW
Ultimate hitman Pete Waterman is in conversation with Edith Bowman.
Richard Cadey heads to the friendliest street in Scotland. Tune in to find out where.